Justin Bieber disrespects Chicago Blackhawks by stepping on logo

July 10, 2013|By Chuck Schilken

Justin Bieber can't do anything right.

He allegedly endangers Keyshawn Johnson's kids, doesn't quite get the significance of Anne Frank, somehow messes up a relationship with Selena Gomez, passes out onstage, reportedly urinates where he's not supposed to, has bad hair ... and the list goes on.

And now we find out the Biebs doesn't even know how to be a true hockey fan, even though he's from Canada of all places.

So there he was in the locker room of the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks -- because, ummm ... -- right there in the presence of the Cup itself. Naturally he wanted to take a photo to mark the occasion.

And that's when he messed up. Again.

In a photo tweeted out for the world to see by some guy named Brandon Newberry, Bieber stood right on top of the Blackhawks logo in order to get his shot -- a definite no-no.

What I don't get is if this is such a big deal, why didn't anybody do anything about it? Newberry says Bieber "broke the golden rule of the Hawks locker room," yet opted to snap his own photo rather than correct the clueless pop star.

Then there's the three guys in suits behind him, my favorite being the one on the right with his hands in his pockets, conveniently looking away. And don't even get me started on the guy sitting on the bench with his arms folded while a disaster of epic proportions is unfolding in front of him.

I guess my earlier statement was wrong. It's not that Justin Bieber can't do anything right; it's that he can do anything he wants.


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